Nobunaga teacher’s young bride – Ep. 1 (First Impressions)

I was going to resume the Fruits Basket coverage but I’m tired with a stomach ache and I noticed I didn’t share my two cents on this show so here’s something quick.

Nobunaga teacher’s young bride is about a man named Oda Nobunaga and no, no that one. This particular one is a teacher from the modern age who is forever alone single. That is, until by sheer chance, he reawakens the 14 year old wife of the historical Nobunaga who mistake him for her husband and tries to bang him…Truly, this is art in the making.

Other than the fact that this is a show about an adult caught in a relationship with a minor, the main problem with the premise is that the joke ends before it can even begin in. The punchline is very much just the main character happens to have the same name as Oda Nobunaga. It’s really not that clever and it already wears off by the end of this premiere. Hell, even before watching the show itself, you’d probably think this would just be a one off skit if you didn’t know any better. Considering that there’s other girls advertised in the promotional materials, it doesn’t even seem like this anime itself is that confident in its plot’s longevity either.

This show only runs at 7 minutes per episode and even then, I feel like I wasted my time. If you want a good harem comedy, go look somewhere else. You really won’t miss much if you skipped this one.

OP: “Koise yo Minna, Hai!”


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